(MENAFN) Day to day power intake in Turkey saw a rise of 1.89 percent on Saturday in comparison with the day before (Friday), amounting to 869,179 megawatt-hours, in line with what was shown by official numbers of Turkish Electricity Transmission Corporation (TEIAS) on Sunday.
According to the statistics presented from TEIAS hour to hour electricity intake reached its highest amount at 40,308 megawatt-hours as of 03.00 PM regional time (1200 GMT).
The nation’s power usage fell to the worst level of 28,618 megawatts per hour as of 07.00 AM regional time (0400 GMT).
Electricity output reached an amount of 860,261 megawatts per hours on Saturday, signaling a surge of 1.82 percent in comparison with the day before (Friday).
Electricity output from imported coal plants contributed with 21.4 percent of whole generation, whereas hydro power plants and wind plants constituted in 18.2 percent and 15.3 percent, respectively.
On Saturday, the nation’s electricity exports totaled 11,624 megawatt-hours whereas imports amounted to 20,542 megawatt-hours.
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